Fox Sports will set a new live sports broadcast record this weekend, with 304 hours of live action delivered from midnight on Friday (March 2), through to 1pm EDT on Monday (March 5).
Foxtel CEO Patrick Delany said: “The choice of live sport on offer for fans across the first weekend in March is fantastic. It really drives home the fact that if you love live sport, you need Foxtel, and it’s never been more affordable for Australian families than right now. For only $39 a month, sports fans will have access to all of their favourite sports, all in the one place, with live, ad break-free during play and HD coverage of the best codes from Australia and around the world.”
Footy fans will be able to watch the best male and female players live in action, with round 2 of the JLT Community Series, while the AFLW is playing four massive games.
The Virgin Australia Supercars Championship returns for another season, with fans able to watch Jamie Whincup launch his Championship defence at the season opening Adelaide 500.
The best international cricket will be on display with Australia in action against South Africa in the first Test, plus Aussie rugby rivalries will come to the fore with a Reds v Brumbies showdown headlining the Super Rugby action.
The Hyundai A-League hits the business end of the season, with just five rounds remaining until the finals series, while the Matildas square off against Portugal in the Algarve Cup.
It’s finals time in the NBL, and the top four teams will square off in two clashes across the weekend. Melbourne United faces New Zealand Breakers in a 1 v 4 showdown on Saturday, before Adelaide 36ers host Perth Wildcats on Sunday.
All this, and more, will be available all in the one place, on Foxtel, with AFL, motorsports, football, rugby, cricket, golf, tennis, basketball, boxing, baseball, MMA, cycling and darts all LIVE and in HD.
See a full list of all the live action below.
2018 JLT Community Series
2018 NAB AFL Women’s Competition
2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship: Adelaide 500
Qantas Tour of South Africa: First Test
2018 New Zealand v England: Third ODI
Hyundai A-League 2017/18
2018 Algarve Cup
Indian Super League
2018 Vodafone Super Rugby
2017/18 World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series: Las Vegas
2017/18 Aviva Premiership Rugby
2017/18 NBL Semifinals
2018 European Tour: Tshwane Open
2018 World Golf Championship: Mexico Championship
2018 Asian Tour: ISPS Handa New Zealand Open
2018 USLPGA: HSBC Women’s World Championship
ATP 250 World Tour: Sao Paulo
Mixed Martial Arts:
UFC 22: Weigh-ins, pre-fight show, prelims
WBC Heavyweight Title: Deontay Wilder v Luis Ortiz
UCI Track Cycling World Championships
2018 Coral UK Open
2018 Premier League Darts
Japan v Australia